State College N e ^ s WILL DEBATE TODAY OVER CONSTITUTION

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State College N e ^ s
NEW
YORK
STATE COLLEGE
FOR TEACHERS
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VOL. XII. No. 33
ALBANY, N. V. F R I D A Y , MAY 2 5 , 1928
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WHEN STATE "MOVED UP" AND MYSKANIA "TAPPED" THIRTEEN
WILL DEBATE TODAY
OVER CONSTITUTION
•Ail
m
Student S e n t i m e n t
Grows
Against Document; Expect
Attack Today In Assembly
AIMS
F O R DEFINITENESS
Plans N e w Method Of Selecting
Student Council From
Four Classes
A
spirited
for
the
forensic
joint
proposed
contest
assimbl)
is
promised
today
new
constitution
may
he conducted
when
will
the
he
dis-
Monday
and
several
fea-
cussed.
A
vote
Tuesday
in
the
Student
tures
in
tins
sentiment
tin
week,
he
rotunda.
against
document
and
attacked
it
has
heen
is expected
today
when
growing
thai
it
brought
will i
up
for
discussion.
While
ciation
eral
as
admitting
needs
new
in
the
constitution
The
creation
kauia,
said
,,i
he
for
general
a
he
sev-
expressed j
that
the
and;
use.
judiciary,
powers
espccialls
asso-
unwieldy
•.t"
se\ end
will
have
viewpoint
may
too complicated
student
constitution,
activities
opinion
transfer
the
a revised
leaders
their
that
and
from
the i
Mys-
attacked,
it
was
he
saw
today.
Questions Judicial Power
( llie
lil
le
an
student
pointed
pracl c.il
advisory
thai
organization
force
its
'I he
days
made
ami
the
the
class,
lis
'flu-
was
lun
by
in
three
to
of
'.ill;
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been
'_'«. an,|
a
more
old
form
the
committee
Warren
col
ttee
are
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i 01 brane,
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Russell
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\rvid
Hurke,
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menial
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CI,unite
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College
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members
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listami
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leader;
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member
awards
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professor
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association
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leaders;
cducalioii,
Power,
vice-president,
bud,is.
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ihe
Crace
Ache
l.eorg
the
studeul
finance.
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liam
student
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and
pnsidenl,
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faculty
Athletic
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year,
be
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board
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next
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TDK CONSTITUTION
Why students should proceed
carefully in action on the proposed
constitution is answered in a series
of questions in the leading editorial
on page 2.
The Editor.
b'liib
' •
Scbleicii
Slulhuglaw
Craves
UoUIICetlal
a» i
I'ulver
M.
J.
association
lii-.i«J>-.
l^1''1
magi
people
live,
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underling.."
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in
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class
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leaders
m
studeul
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lor
\ all
Shirley
puhlitalioii
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class.
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lilted
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member
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classmates;
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playwright,
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and
II
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junior
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members
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upon
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Walls.
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In
Sir
lames
oihei
characters
r e : ith i e d
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I L M L i n i U
l\J
Palmer, Watts And Francois Are II M." HHume,
will be presented
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v"'"'" Graves Heads Student Associatu ,„„!„ |„ ,|„. a,banced dra I ;. .-'j" '-, ,-'»• \ " V , , 1 ; ' r Humor Department
,
,
W nglu _K. a, Mabel I'urdie ; Nancy
ion; Brady And Norris Are
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''ass.
M o r g a n , _'K. as " b a d )
I a r o l m e Kanev' ;
Other Officers
The
editorial
board
ol
the
I'eila
The
performances
will
be
given
in
Kinds W i l l i a m s , '_'K, as "Joanna T r o u t " ;
I Ie
, ei isi l i eai ns
I >l. I i n
school,
Kappa
I nivei-sils
poiul.d
is
a-
social
it-
Craves,
gogl
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coniiuissioner
lol.l
al
al
more
the
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BROWN TODAY NAMES Dramatics Class Presents "Dear Brutus"
{RETIRING MYSKANIA
r fa Tomorrow Wit M S ar StateCa
PEDAGOGUE EDITORS , " *
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^ WILL j N I T , A T E j3
• I loll
Cane
right,
-eiiior
HERE NEXT TUESDAY^
•lb,
to
generally I
The
the
McMnlleii,
|
I.KADKKSII
left
k.tnia.
maintain
chairman;
'.)l ; K a l h e r i u e
l inn-,
sub
ol
'Jo.
I'OK
class,
vague,
M ember,
I'IIUIUH by
live
junior
class.
laws.
too
seven j
incoming
nominees
has
older
Hills.
(irei ii,
a-.su
to be
from
the
sophomore
entirely
Alice
sin
which
from
the
members
from
group
claims,
lum,
by
constitution
definite
by
members
association
the
changed
the
the student
three
submitted
member
milled
heen
time,
to
devised
submitted
nominees
one
heen
several
thai
In- members : president, vice- J
by
senior
en J
have
since
'.election
secretary,
nominees
to
posted
changes
officers of
-hall
elcclcd
»;i.
of
has
following
ol
unless
decision.
method
president,
rendering
committee'
council
ciation
thai
the
Myskania,
empowered
minor
ilie
neu
dent
is
judical
l>)
A
by
constitution
ago,
"ill
uei ,1 f o r
upiuioii
Mcl/lcr
Nt'.ws board.
made
by
Miss
instructor
in
phys-
anil
Dr.
ol
physics.
awarded
(arlelou
Dean
keys
to
K.
Wilthe
STATE COLLEGE NEWS.MAY 25, 1928
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College
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NEW CONSTITUTION NOT A PANACEA;
THESE QUESTIONS NEED ANSWERS
The constitution to be presented to the student association
today for adoption represents long work by the committee
But the student association should not
on adjustments.
adopt the constitution without weighing each article separately. With all the work of the committee, the constitution still needs polishing if it is to be adopted. In its present
form it should not be swallowed blindly.
Questions which the committee should be prepared to
answer include:
Can the new executive council enforce the point system
as well as Myskania? How does this committee propose
that it be done?
Should an executive council be empowered to charter
all organizations, without the approval' of Myskania?
That power has resided with Myskania since it was founded.
It has worked well in its present capacity. Why change
a system that works for one that may not?
How much emergency power shall the executive council
have? This is an unlimited power, as conferred by the
proposed constitution, in spite of the verbal assurances of
committee members. W h y should this emergency power
be provided for, when the legislative branch can be summoned at any time?
How much .influence would an advisory opinion carry?
If Myskania is to be a court, why not give it the power
to make decisions that have some power behind them ?
Why expose Myskania to the expedient of making itself
unpopular? How often would Myskania be expected to
render an advisory opinion?
How are the representatives of the classes on the executive council to be nominated in their classes? The
constitution is conveniently vague on this point.
Are the Y E U S board, finance board and others considered
as "committees of the association". If not, this should
be explicitly stated, to avoid a possible interpretation in the
future. When one is making a constitution is the time to
provide for eventualities.
If no penalties f o r . t h e infraction of traditions are included1 in the new by-laws, how is Myskania to apply such
penalties? This may, be a point well worth considering.
Is ratification by a majority vote sufficient? Most constitutions r e q u i r e ' a two-thirds or three-fourths vote. Is
the committee afraid that not more than a bare majority
of State College students favor this proposed constitution 5
Why should it be harder to amend the constitution than
to adopt it? Is this a Mctternichian attempt to preserve
the status quo, once the constitution is adoped—if it should
be ?
How a r e the by-laws to be amended?
Shall Myskania members be deprived of the right to be
members of the Student council? Shall they he penalized
for their "leadership in scholarship, literary effort, debate,
dramatics, athletics, and in undergraduate affairs generally?"
If the student association wants a certain person on the
executive council, should it he deprived of the right to
place that student leader there?
If the election of members of this student council is to
he postponed until t\vo weeks alter Moving L'p day, what
will be done in tin- case of lengthy revotes? Win mils'
this election be postponed until alter Moving l ' p d a y :
Is it not to be assured that the student-, shall not elect more
than one Myskania, member, besides the student aa.socialioii
president, to the ol'ljce? , ft would be etnbarassing, the NEWS
admits, to compel' three' or 'four Myskania member, to
resign, alter they hail been duly elected, just because Mys
kania also sought to honor them.
Is this not a system that proposes eventually to MIII-II
tute the student'council for Myskania ? li it is, State i ol
lege i, retrogressing to the point where it was eleven yeai
ago.
Myskania was founded to carry on the duties oi a
studenl council. Has Myskania tailed.' li Myskania has
not laded, why change the present system?
hoc-,
the Committee
propose
to a d d t o
the
executive,
judicial and legislative branches oi the government a new
branch the investigatory ? Is it taking the United Mates
senate as a example? If not, win doc, it provide lor in
\ estimations and appeal-, by a small, a hopeless minoril) ol
twenty l i v e ' iJocs not the Committee know that a hand ol
radicals might, under this provision, upset the workings ol
an otherwise well balanced government? Will not much
lime he squandered by needless investigations and appeals 5
Why did the loiiunillce net the figure at twenty liver li
not at hast l u o bundled students are interested in a prob
I,-lit, should it be presented to a student assembly; Shall
the student association have its rulings blocked by a dis
satisfied, recalcitrant, devilish minority of twenty live?
These a r e all questions that the committee must he pre
pared to answer. T h e student association will be a ha
wary about adopting tin' committee's panacea lor its woes
until lhe.se ijuesiions are answered.
T h e N E W S (Joes not oppose the new constitution as such.
It admits the present one is inadequate. Hut so is the pro
posed constitution faulty. And the old one has worked for
some ten years.
Festina leute make hast slowly.
MUST
STATE
B'trSHOCKED^TO
SAFETY
SHOULD
COME
ACTION?
FIRST*
Students' will welcome the statement by Commissioner
of Public Safety Lasch, .to'the effect that lie is willing to
be convinced that some form of traffic protection is needed
at-the corner of State street, Robin street, I'Jiglewoud place
and Western avenue,<. ,;
. ,
T h e recently tabled'motion to call this situation to Ihc
iittention of the commissioner may he permitted to die.
But a motion suggesting the installation of -spine form of
traffic protection should he adopted today. The NEWS does
not necessarily insist upon a traffic' light, although it believes one necessary.
White markers for'regulation of
pedestrian traffic would aid immensely.
It was suggested recently that there seems to. he little
congestion at .the corner, t h e N'KSVS invites the maker of
that suggestion' to cross at the corner during the period
After
from eight to n i n e o'clock, and again at noon.
several vain attempts, he may be able to cross the street
with safety, provided he looks several ways al once and
has some jumping ability.
There is lots of room at the corner, admittedly. That
is one of the factors making it dangerous for the pedestrian. It would be less dangerous if he were not given the
whole wide area in which to walk. The NEWS has been
informed of narrow escapes at the corner. One was recent. Shall State College sit by, without comment, until
someone is injured or perhaps killed at the intersection?
The .student assembly should act today. No other business should be given priority. Safety should come first.
In the death H I Mollie Krlieh, State College has lost an
excellent student and a good citizen. Her death, coining
almost on the eve of her graduation, i- parlii ularlv lamentable. The students have losl a friend ami die College has
lost a promising daughter.
.MR. K A P L A N ' S
"V'ICK >l'S C I R C L F "
State College has a "vicious" circle," according to a
writer of anonymous notes liberally plastered oil bulletin
boards this week.
The NEWS figures in' this allegedly "vicious circle," the
writer would have the student public believe. The "vicioticircle" runs something like this: "The- support or shall I
say, lack of support,-given by the undergraduate bod) doe,
not warrant a 'write-up' by the- NEWS. Dm can't one .ay
just as readily that the failure- of tin- NEWS to advertise
the activities of the ball team is a great factor in decreasing
the attendance at game's: To u-o ihc first argument reminds me of a snake eating its tail to save itself from
starvation, for that, too, would In- a vicious circle. . . ."
The N E W S received a similar letter'from Mr. Babe Kaplan
last week.
Now whether the NEWS is the snake of the tail is not
clear. Hut the point is this: the editor of the \i-.ss.s does
not see just how writing a lengthy epitome of the sar.sils
ill its clash with Jamaica more than a week alter the
event—could have brought out inure students to the event.
Perhaps Mr. Kaplan would have the NEWS print in big,
black letters some insipid slogan as "Support Yoiu Team,"
or "State Musi Win."
Baseball for several years has m i been a particularly
thriving institution at Stale College. But the \ i u \ - . believes that it fills a need for lln- limited lew that are in
terested in it. Il could not, with all the pre--, a'gentiug m
the power of ibis publication, get the suppori thai basketball
has here. Baseball at Stale ha- not the pulling p .wer thai
basketball has. It had u-, m..n in the day , when the
NEWS gave il columns ol free advertising.
The N E W S pledges its support io M a n Colkgr iii-umi MI •
and activities. But the N M \ S sea-, hllle lie. d for i( to nukea mountain mil of a uiole lull, o r ' a n inflated .iclisils ,,ni
of baseball : not when such a p n . i i d u w c <u!li< I , ,wih the
NEWS' sensi oi journali-iu.
"Ili'.XKY
K< ) K
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H \ T .
).\" I I KMSIII'.S
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New Myskania Members Have Led In State's
Undergraduates Activities For Three Years
•Nearly half the members of the new
, ,,
,
,.
, .,
Myskania are Albanians, and all but
three are residents of the Capitol District, a tabulation shows.
Robert J. Shillinglaw and Mildred
l.ansley have been schoolmates in the
.line grammar school and same high
chool.
Both are graduates of public
school 21 and of the Albany High School.
Records of the major activities of the
thirteen new members of the honor
organization follow:
<;. I . A V R R N E ( A U K . a graduate "f Hancrlinit IliHi School, llalh, lias a record of three
ce-ao, MI l».Ill
basketball and lease-ball
varsity teams,
lie is pre idem id the junior
class eif ibis year.
In Ins sophomore year,
('.in was chairman of the- pole-rush; a membei of the finance board, and the l.ion staff,
lie took an active pari in class day and Mov; o i - T p day stunts, the first and second years
For two s e a o n s he has
of bis college life.
airVce" Hut! and the Y. M. ( ' A. have him
.a. Iheir roll of membership. I arr is a Kappa
Delia Rho iii.in,
t'oinmi'icc and ynvrriiincnt
.in- l i s chosen major and minor studies.
KI.IZAIIKTII ICATClN will ncxl year be
eel the Hetiiut class.
\m
,f social and athletic aetivil
Mis
Faton's
,-,11,-M-
life
ui the basketball team in
,sili,„, a- inanailcr of Kills'
Io- in s i : an.I in her ihiol, a ehairinaiisl
,
In- ii.c ill.es I'm the niin,,.- pro
u. e .ii
inurements, and refreshments io. the jllliini
I, a dance
She is a member of the li. \ . A.
V. \\ I . A., debate council, and had chain.
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-sistei system lln- w a r . Mi-s ll.il...
in French.
is a major in Ku'ylish and a' in
I 11,-, s ,.,,, ,tv is Camilla Kappa I'hi
She iI -,:,,- ,,f He, s's Albanians m the new Mv-kania
I'l MIMAS 1'. I-'AI.I.ON'S list ,,f Mil',,-,- ainl
an g its oulsiandinu
iviiies
numbers
elect of the N i - « s a
I,,,
e-y, a Movimi l ' p dn\
-Inn.in vcai. a l,a-k,-t
in
Ihc third viai of
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,1 ibis
...ii.
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..-Hied experiences such as simony
le
'din's eh OILS, coullibllliliK n, Ihc- l.iou, taking
art in Moviuc-l/p ,lav stunts, and plaviui;
cilb !b Treillbadoiirs.
The executive
nil
lad bun in if, ni.-uili, -l ship la-1 w a r ; he lias
v . 1..-.I uiih ihc con-tilution commitlcc. l-'al
,-n's inline is als
I the books ol the C a n
n e i . c , N'ewnian, and News clubs.
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ui p r e l e i e u e e I o l l i , h'ngh-.h " M e n u " .
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t h e iJtitch c o m p a n y
uigagiug
l l i i , | , . u u a e l tip l - ' n g h - h
form.
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p i n i o n lo
o t h e r s in t h e t i o l d e n H i n d s e r i e s , will) s s h n l i n is u u i i u r i i l .
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b r a v e l y ,,l t h e -hip'- c o p , in, , u, p i , o M , i i g di clii ssilh
his c , . p l a i n Io hie- swlli t h e iniitnii , i ,
ink
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described
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the a l l l l n o
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a H a n , , n p l l o u o l IJ it- o r i g i n a l
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let pla.\ - and a mi sual eoliiedi in I,,-,- s .,pl,
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S,ai : Ihi- >. ,u tin- i,
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s i n t h e , I , n o li
there,
on the class
l i K I I T K l ' l i K I.. MAI.I. , . „ , , tl,
|,o/c sp.-akinu , , , n i , - i in be, r,-,.,
Keen -.,.ir ha-, -, ,-n her an active
Kappi
l.l.-scelc
iphc
him
French.
can. in l..-i -,pb,a
• war.
n a Iciiic in Albans cvas her see
1, 1 , . , ,
cere
- in
no
d e a l i n g vs ith Ih, life a n d . i c c u i p h s h
discovered die H u d s o n r i u i
li i
p r i n t e d o n a line tin t h i s , o . n a m
well i l l u s t r a t e d ss ith i ,-|,i, uluct i. an .,
son m i h i s s . o . i g e .
S i n c e l i l l l e I- kiiossn ,.l ill, , a i l s
erllior.ln.chi..
F.VKI.VN i;K W'KS. pie.nl,-,,, ,.],.,, ,., ,,,
indent asso.iaiion, has bee
in.I .. ,
to,lei,I aiiaiis from her fo-diniati o n
In- cvas elected vice-pi e-idenl ,,l b.-i , i ,
lln- s e n I'olbiwiii), sli,- b e a m ,
„-,,,,.,,-,
In- stu.li in association and llien in bee ,,ear, was ,-„-, pri si,lei,I.
Miss t ; u . , , ,. ,;.
IV. \ \ M l
/ / o n v 11 mho n.
M. FRENCH
elect of the Ai-.svs, hcyan Ins work fur Hi,
.NEWS as a reporter and advanced ilirnuiili Onpositions of desk editor and managing d i p , ,
In bee,one head of the paper for his „ ui...
vear.
This ve.'u the NEWS scan him in il,
Columbia
I'less convention.
in both In,
sipbomore and junior years he was co-din-ei
,f a class in journalism.
His fralcriiiu • „
nee-lions include Kappa Phi Kappa. I'i (;„„„„,
Mil, Alpha I'hi (.annua ol which |„. i s . , .
tarv, and Kappa Delia Klin.
French
. ,
"aim- in history with a minor in l,i„|.,,.
l i e graduated from F.lmira Southsi.lc Hi,I,
school, and his home is in that city.
Kl.liKKXCK fiOKMI.KY, of Schcm-, i„l
lireelcel the II. A. A. n u i i c a l c.nii.-de ',!,,'
year.
She was also business and -t ,,,,- ,„.,,,
iter for three one-act
plays pic-,I ,human.
She wrote the words for lln ,,,,,!,
iioo••junior sine and the Moviny-Fp elai -,,.
if last year. S h e has beam a inembei ,,,' il„
Ouaiterly lioaid, and next year will sec- In,
d tor-iii-chief of that periodical.
In 19 >;
\li-s lioim'ey was chairman fen the V U
| . A. bazaar stunt, and i h i . yeai -In ,,.,.
•elected to lie-ad the eommiitees for il,,- |-'r,.M :
fete seme-, and the decorations fin tin- jum.,
ca dance.
Miss < i.o oil.-, majors in Fuel,.
Clarity Alone Shows
Constitution Need,
Cochrane Writes
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Wai i-eii It, l o , l „ . , „ c
club,
c m , a |, , | | m i l |„- al the A m , n o
M o n d a y n i g h t , J u n e IH, M a b e l I
'I he' l l n - l e , c u l l s Veiled Hot lo change
die il.^r p i , s i o i i - l s
.. l i o r the chilli i
Das,,I MiyerholT's oicheslia
vsill play
D o r o i h y K a h i e i-, c h a i r i u a i i ol lite m i b n
eolnuiillcc.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MAY 25, 1928
LANSLEY APPOINTS
CABINET OF Y.W.C.A
DR. RICHARDSON LAYS
CORNERSTONE FRIDAY;
DR. DEARBORN SPEAKS
Pulver, Hills, Watts, Mc Nickle,
Grundhofer To Assist
New President
faculty
Dr. Leonard W o o d s Richardson,
if
,,t
ihe
V.
cabinet
\V.
C.
tu a s s i s t
tivities next
A.
today
in t h e
service
the n e w
nllicers a r e :
as.soi-iaiioiM
ac-
education
W a t t s , 'J'),
d e n t ; C a t h e r i n e \i.
Marion
Fox,
(iraham,
'30,
the
elective
'- >.
treasurer;
Kadierine
itiidefgradnate
representa-
tive.
laid
inclement
was
Dr.
the c o r n e r s t o n e
brief.
Ned
weather,
Dr.
Dearborn,
Graham
was
named
L a n s l e y to h a v e c h a r g e of
ship
for
The
the
Dr.
P.
Dr.
William
II.
icliug president, presided.
chorus, directed
by
world
fellow
cabinet
I'nlwr.
'-"'.
ing,;
Kvehn
iiuinhi i s h i p ;
M.-N'icle. '.."). - . o c i a l ;
M. S c b l e i r l i ,
convention,;
newspaper
llcatrice
b.nid
Alice
room,
according
I'lnrei
I'h.
of
i
the
V.
'-">.
is
W.
v.>ek-cnd
Women's
planning
at
to
'31,
t .
social
-co
A
lion
service.
I brislian
have
Tlioinp
'31.
lloehiner,
l i o r i n l i y, '-">, social
Young
ciaiion
Mall,
l-ox,
iWotln
's
College
not
included,
to
Edwin
tinalso
Kleeck,
merly
women's
R.
ago,
The
due
to
The
names
II.
Miss
Charlotte
J.
Panzieri-I logan
a
Lake,
in
Peda-
1
college
the
eight
o'clock
com-
I.....1.I Wh
o l III
lll\
is b o t h a d v i s o r s a n d r h a p r m n c s .
A l t h o u g h t h . pi .in.ON purp isc i
make plans, i l k we. I, end w i l l 1" '
Uional and iml all w n k
Kein
I'u
2'), c h a i r m a n ol lb. -oci.d .'on
in charge o i 11ii | I I . I L M , I I I I
Russell
Commencement
LS, a c c o r d i n g
G a i n i n g ; , 'JX, p r e s i d e n t
a n d AS.
• ol
II
Fvc-rv v e a r , a j o i n t n
,1 cabin.
ii,-wl.\ e l e c l u l c a b i n e t a n d
is held for t h e p u r p o s e ot get
(piaillted.
T h i s v e a r , a- l a - ' w-ai
l e h e l d at 'I'll
pson's Lake
At tin . i n e e l i n g , llu- w o r k ol
y e a r is d i s c u s s e d , a n d p l a n s for I
III.•ell
nea v e a r a r e m a d e .
I
to
of t h e
Gilbert
class.
According
to t r a d i t i o n ,
the
presid e n t s oi t h e c l a s s in e a c h of i t s f o u r
w a r s . v\ i 1 ] s p e a k .
A s t h e p r e s i d e n t ill
the f r e s h m a n
. w a r h a s left
college,
K u l l i G. M o o r e , w h o w a s
freshman
t r e a s u r e r , will s p e a k o n t h e first y e a r ' s
a. t u i n . •.
I r a n , is K. Griffin will t e l l of
the
a e l i \ i t i e s ol t h e i l a s s in its s o p h o m o r e
\ e a r ; Ki. h a r d A. J e n s e n , f o r t h e j u n i o r
\ e a i ; a n d G i l b e r t ]•'.. G a i n i n g , for t h e
iasl y e a r
Lulli
I Irubel
is e l i a i r i n a n
of
the
i n i i i i . e on a r r a n g e u i e n l s .
S h e will
lie a s s i s t e d
In
( eeile H a r r i s o n
and
l-.ii/ahelli S t r o n g .
K o s i n a l l o l i n e s is
in . h a i i , . of t h e p r o g r a i n s .
c l a s s of
day.
Ludluni
will
'31, according
T h e offee
between
Clara
again
lead
the
to a r e v o t e
Mon-
of
vice-president
is tied
Belle
Shutts and
Charles
Worstall.
tied
Hurdette
Howard
for
the
and
office
will
be
Waller
Meat r i c e
Win
girls'
athletics
direct
of
treasurer.
the
Steenburgh
while
men's
wele
G.
Lyons
at
Edith
while
A.
the
I, , .iincil. I . a n M
, . - Ihe council an
••MM,
will
retain
ehoiil
then
coll.ge
,ul.
-
\na
de' ate
Inn colli
buig",
KI. in I. Id ii
\'lWs
"'I be , olllicil
lo,
r o u t e Is Willi K'li
a n d M o u n t I I. ,K , ,|., ,
CLASS
.
h\
incut
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m i , •,.,
I'lll-
i h e I n s t t i m e in s e v e r a l w a r s , tl
i i, -.Inn, n c l a s s h a s been a b l e to c l a i m
lb,- l a u r e l s oi i n t e i , d a s s r i v a l r y .
" . \ , ! . v . ' , ' , e ' l : p if.
I., i l i . i l f Ihree p.
II lilt t 1- polllls
DINF.
two
taken
weeks
to
Albany
was operated
on
F o r a time
Francis
of
Daniel
council
men's
will
Peck
in w a r d i n g off
complication,
was
daughter,
R. V a n
J. Charlotte, 7 8 , to
K l e e c k , '27.
performed
May
The
12,
lid-
ceremony
Mrs.
the
but
\l
in
Van
Kleeck
of
Kappa
Delta
datir
Sunday
and
SHOES
Rho.
For
FORMAL WEAR
And
will
STREET WEAR
the class
and
athletic
lead t h e c l a s s
the class
finance
G. R KINNEY CO., Inc.
Charles
council.
songs
VERY LITTLE Q
48 North Pearl St.
ONLY TOURIST
PHONE
Albany
cheers.
sophomore
board.
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AI Miidlson A v e .
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$6.50 to $8.
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44 No. Pearl St.
f84
Ill
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Ocu.
Klein Market
WOOLENS
I'uiU-rm
ALHANV. N. V.
Phone
U . Jeuney
West
I he S l i o p fur t h e M u d e i K
it C e n t r a l A v e ,
F e a t u r i n g t n e latest in h o s i e r y , u n d e r w e a r a n d f o o t w e a r . • A trial
will c o n v i n c e y o u .
tixclmivi
but nut
expensive
AND
Mi-CaWa
(it) STATE HT1IEHT
A m e r i c a n C U m t r r a aufo IE) y era
I .
ill h
and
MeuU,
Poultry
I'eyetubUt
Special
ticlwol
it
general
Van
K l e e c k is a m e m b e r of D e l t a O m e g a
manage
Corr
C o l l i n s will be t h e
the
by
night.
D u e to h e r h i g h a v e r a g e s d u r i n g h e r
course, Miss Erlieh was regarded
by
p r o f e s s o r s a n d s t u d e n t s a s a n ideal t y p e
of a s t u d e n t .
All praised her a t t a i n :
ments and expressed
regret over h e r
death.
D e a n A n n a E. P i e r c e was especially
a f f e c t e d by t h e g i r l ' s d e a t h , s a y i n g t h a t
in h e r p a s s i n g t h e C o l l e g e h a s lost o n e
of its best s t u d e n t s a n d a f u t u r e t e a c h e r
by w h o s e w o r k t h e i n s t i t u t i o n e x p e c t e d
to g a i n d i s t i n c t i o n .
M i s s E r l i e h w a s a m e m b e r of a f a m i l y
n o t e d for its a m b i t i o n for e d u c a t i o n .
A
brother was graduated
from
Harvard
and while t h e r e won a scholarship which
e n t i t l e d h i m t o a E u r o p e a n t r i p in o r d e r
to o b t a i n o p p o r t u n i t i e s to b r o a d e n h i s
education.
H e r m o t h e r c a m e t o A l b a n y and r e t u r n e d w i t h t h e b o d y to t h e family h o m e
at X e w B r u n s w i c k , N , J .
M i s s E r l i c l i w a s a m e m b e r of
the
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
reporter.
White, Tan and
Combination
ue.- points ; men , and g i r l s ' basket
"JUST AROUND
and
commence-
i..,. Ii H I I . in n -
1,.
MolldlV.
litite
fatal
are
SPORT OXFORD
in a ,-s 11\ o n e p o i n t , h a v . n g a t t a i n e d a
, . . . , - oi lo point - w h i l e tin- s o p h o m o r e s
c o i n I I.- p o i n t s . A silv, i" c u p on w h i c h
ll„ l".il n u m e r a l s will be e n g r a v e d , w a s
. I U . I I . I M I IO t h e w i n n i n g c l a s s .
I !,,
s,,pli,an,in--won
the
following
v. in
f a l l sum c h a l l e n g e , live p o i n t - , ;
p,.le i u- Ii. t w o p o i n t s ; m a s c o t h u n t , five
p., ni . pi i.-e M o v i n g L'p da> s o n g , t h r e e
point-.
I h
n . l a s - , c l a i m s p o i n t s I,,I
,11,
lug ol w a r . t w o p o i n t s ;
l
TO
th,
I.III. i,,I
,1
I-
was
she
Donhauser.
successful
Cath-
will
will r e p r e s e n t
A.
Cairns
Norman
I D
elected
Lewi
of
athletics.
Marion Gilbert
the
win
SCHNEIDER AND ABRAMS
^ " ^ f f J Z ^ L
ELECTED BY COUNCIL CONTEST BY ONE POINT
chneiiler
appendicitis
Erlicli
where
secretary.
Driscoll
erine H r o d e r i c k has been elected
at
their
Mr.
Elizabeth
Mary
member
I
Wllhe:.i
M.r.llie. I labels ,,| the
KK ill. '-"' in
iioiincc.l
\loi
her
graduated
p e r i t o n i t i s d e v e l o p e d a n d s h e died
included.
morning, June
.7,
teacher,
within
SENIORS ELECT CURTIS
C u r t e s y , Albany livening Ne
TO BE TOASTMISTRESS
(luissj,.
C u r t i s , '2X,
was
THE JONES' ANNOUNCE
"!'• FRESHMEN REELECT
elected
loastmislress
for
the
senior
LUDLUM PRESIDENT DAUGHTER'S MARRIAGE
b r e a k f a s t , J u n e 18.
I lie b r e a k f a s t will b e e i t h e r at t h e
AT MEETING MONDAYM r . a n d M r s . F r a n k A . J o n e s , of
I >e W i t t C l i n t o n h o t e l o r a t t h e T e n
l-'.vck
Ma>
with
Miss
been
Jones.
D e h n a r , h a v e a n n o u n c e d t h e m a r r i a g e of
\s
camp.
school
s e e m e d a s t h o u g h t h e s u r g e o n ' s skill h a d
ger
limited
of
a
almost
. .
Dr. J.
Stale."
included
was
S h e w a s to' h a v e been
hospital,
for-
publications
C. .1. D e y o ,
secretary treasurer.
•outlaeioi's.
were
in t h e s t o n e .
was
M a t i n w»>n.
Steeiibiirgh,
stall:
box
gogue
F.ilu-1
Mrs.
conferences
Mildred
Marion
Win
bonk
preside, i
'_"i,
the
become
prize
Stricken
L'p T h i n e R y e s " a n d
Pedagogue
pany, w e r e
p n b h c i h : l.oni-e
•J»>, d e v o t i o n - , ;
the
all
are:
'311, p u b l i c i t y .
Caroline
ami
xia.pl
the m e t a l
member
H i l l s , '_"J. b a z a a r : K'uth W a l t s , '_"», m e e t Cntiidhofer,
C o p i e s of
ambition
and
the
w i t h h i g h h o n o r s at t h e J u n e
and
Dr. T. F r e d e r i c k
I'andlyu, sang "Lift
life
ment.
Graves,
The
the
education
Dear-
dean
thwarted
E r l i e h , '29, t o o b t a i n a c o l l e g e
grasp.
education.
Metzler,
has
of'Mollie
when
state
Dr.
Frank
of
the
the
department, spoke.
represented
1
of
Van
Miss
organization.
appointed
Hetty
by
Death
Richardson
of
a v e r s e of " C o l l e g e of t h e E m p i r e
Miss
oldest
Friday,
-tale c o m m i s s i o n e r
vice-presi-
Norn's, '31, sccrctarj ;
{
the
ceremony
and
l.ansley,
Kulli
to
her
born
Miss
here,
P a g e hall
iiunu-cl
year.
Besides
ERLICH, '28, BLOCKED
IN LIFE'S AMBITION
10 BECOME TEACHEk
m e m b e r b o t h in a g e a n i l in p o i n t
line
M i l d r e d M . L i m s l e y , '..">. p r e s i d e n l - e l c c l
DRAMATIC HEAD MARRIES ALUMNUS
Attention
To
UrymiUuiton
198 Central Avenue - a t Robin
Albany, N. Y.
Branch
ol the
Boulevard
Restaurant
108-1 10 State
Street
7613
STATE COLLEGE N^WS, MAY 25, 1928
SAMILTOH TO PLAY
VARSITY NINE TODAY
PERILOUS CROSSING
MAY BE REGULATED
Bridge, Dancing And Lecture Notes
Engage Diphtheria-Exposed Deltas
'28 A N D '30 S I N G B E S T
MISS FAY IS OFFICER
The seniors and sophomores are State
College's best songsters, according to
OF BOOKSTORE GROUP
the results of the Moving Up day song
Delta O m e g a is not receiving
Miss Helen T. Fay, manager of the contests Friday.
this
week-end
except
envious
State College Co-op, was elected secreTIIL" award for first place in the prize song
glances of t h e o t h e r undergradtary for the coming year of the College competition was given to the seniors. The
uates. W i t h final examinations but
Bookstore Association at a convention of music for tlie senior song was written liy
Allan A n d Whiston W i l l B e a week away,',the entire roll.of resi- Lasch Promises To Consider that body held at Atlantic City May Violet fierce and the words by llorothy
Walts. The music of the sophomore prize
dents in t h e sorority's house, 55
Battery In First Of Two
Suggestions For Traffic
14-18. T h e College Bookstore Associa- song, which was awarded first place in sophoSouth Lake avenue, is cutting
Game Series
..!"
Direction
tion is part of the American Booksellers more-freshmnn rivalry, was written by Esther
classes right a n d left.
Waters. Margaret Burnap wrote the words.
Association which has members and rep- Judges
for the competition were: Dr. T.
W i t h the approval, and at the
'"If State College students or any- resentatives from practically all the col- I ' i ' l i e k II. ( in:llyn instructor In music,
The State College and Hamilton colurgent orders of the .board of
and
Dr. Leonard Woods Richardson, head of
leges and universities in North America.
body,
else
think
that
they
have
some
lege baseball teams will meet in the first
department.
health, the members are staying
Miss Kay's position will make her a theTheLatin
worthwhile suggestion to make the
class song-leaders were: Anne llolroyd,
of a two game series this afternoon at
borne this week.
Holly Sautter,
delegate to Los Angeles, Cal. next spring
Marian Sfoan, 'J9; (ilndys Hates, '30,
streets near Stale College safer, I will
Ridgefield Park at 3:30 o'clock.
'28, is the innocent cause of the
lie
as a representative of the eastern section
Ml.
trouble. Holly was so inconsiderbe glad to bear what they have to say." >f the association. The retiring secre' The Purple and Gold nine has profited
This was the gist'of a statement'"given tary of the association is May E. Dennis
by the R. P . I. cancellation and may ate as to expose the Delias to
diptheria.
to a representative of the STATE COLLEGE if Washington university, St. Louis.
have the services of the invalids KucBy way of diversion, the girls are
N;:ws by Commissioner of Public Safety
One hundred and seven delegates ataynski, Carr and Twinning.
studying notes for final examinaFrank J. Lasch.
r .
tended the convention from all parts of
tions, dancing and conducting a
Commissioner Lasch told the N E W S the United States. The discussions of
Kuczynski probably will not play third
m a r a t h o n bridge tournament,
reporter that he passes the college even- trade problems and contact with others
as his ankle is brittle and may be hurt
Blood tests were taken this week,
day and finds no reason, as far as he can n the same field were the chief business
qasily at that position. H e probably will
and if they show no positive- resee,;for the erection of any traffic con- if the convention.
play right field, giving State the benefit
actions, the girls will be released
trol light or the stationing of a traffic
AND
next week.
patrolman at any of the college interof his big bat on the offensive. Allan,
GERMANS FROLIC TODAY
THUR..
Flfl.,
SAT.
sections.
He points out that'the six-way
State first string hurler will go to the
German
club
will
have
a
picnic
today
„MAY
24.25-26
crossing al Robin street,. Englewood
mound this afternoon and will have
grove. A steak supper
•THL HIONkEK
SCOUT"
place, Western avenue, Stale street anil it M c K n o w i
Knox of Hamilton as an opponent.
Groups will meet at
With Fred Thompson and Nora Jane
the park entrance, is not crossed by many w i l l be
MON.,
TUES..
WED.
Festa who has been playing good ball
school children and that college students .1 an,! at 5 o'clock, according to Elsie
MAY
28-29-30
who use that intersection arc "old / m i n i , '_">, recently elected president.
at the hot corner in his last two appear•WICKEDNESS
HREEERRED"
Marion Botto, '30, is the newly elected enough to take care of themselves."
Non-members have been invited.
With Lew Cody and Aileen Pringle
ances at that station will attempt to fill president of the junior class.
.Mice
I le h is invited comment anil sugges
Tony's shoes there.
Walsh has been elected vice-president
tioii from ibe student association how
' Hamilton, who has played a .schedule and Mildred Coutant, secretary.
DIRECTION
STANLEY
COMPANY
OF
AMERICA
of very strong teams won two out of its
Miss Botto was re-elected class treas- ever anil promises to consider any sue
f~^
MARK
MARK">P
•jix games. However the defeats were urer.
Representatives on the finance gestions for their full worth. Sinn- the
at the bands of such strong teams as board a r e : Kathryn Watkins and Fred- first mini was made hen- to have lights
erected near the college, the high school
Colgate, St. Lawrence and Syracuse. erick Crumb.
ol 12, it has been announced
R. P. I. and Rochester bowed before the
label Grundhofer and Rudolph Wurlh | a , n ,
Hamiltonians.
will he representatives on the girls' and hat a control light will be erected at
Lake and WcMcru avenues for the pro' The probable lineup
men's athletic councils, respectively.
it
Hamilton
tection of the student-, of the Albany
State
Anne Moore is the new manager of High school.
Pierce, cf...
tt
Klein, lb
girls' athletics and Israel Kaplan, of
Church, ss'
if
I,i commenting about the traffic condiWhiston, c
men's athletics.
VVarboys, lb
Goff, If Gladys Bates has been re-elected song tions near the college, Commissione
Chatfield, c
Kuczynski, rf
leader and Kathryn Webster will kail Lasch slated that the streets are wid
Warren, .3b
with
with
Griffin, 2b
class cheers. Margaret Burnap has been enough that traffic can be seen ver
Hassard, If
easily.
Taylor, cf
elected reporter.
W. C. Feilds
Knux, p
Kinsella, ss
•Rbgell, 2b
Emil Janning
and
Festa, 3b
HALL HEADS COUNCIL
Lawton, rf
Chester Conklin
Allan, p
scheduled for last
Gertrude Hall, '2'), will he president
The baseball
gamt
ALSO OPERATING ALBANY AND REGENT
Saturday
between
State and Rensselaer
HI l l e \>r i m a t i • and A r t
iiiucil next
Polytechnic institute at Troy was called
\ ear. The othe ' officers a
THEATRES
IN ALBANY
I.olli e Dili ee
off because of rain. Allan who was
i l l . and li
Mirer, R u t h
Six contestants will compete in the
slated to pitch will be ready for the
Hugl
1.
.
Irs. 1. I I l o l t e Jones
freshman prize speaking contest MonHamilton engagement today.
Van Kim'
. is Ibe i i r i n g presiday, at 8:15 o'clock.
The speakers will be Dorothy Abrams,
Dorothy'Brandow, Contance de.Guzman,
HOME OF FILM CLASSICS
Mary Gpodell, Ruth Hughes ami Wil' 'Dependable
Flowers''
helmena Schneider. The winner will be
EXCL USIVE PICTURES
Park
l« 'JWeyruph Flower* In all
awarded twenty-five dollars given by
C. H B U C K L E Y , O w n e r
Two members of the present College President .\. R. Brubacher.
Of the World
faculty are resigning at the end of the
NEXT WEEK
NEXT WEEK
BIOLOGISTS TO ELECT
semester to take positions elsewhere,
Officers of the biology club for next
and one will be married.
Miss Edith M. Leek, assistant super- year will be elected at the annual
visor of French, will take charge of the picnic at Little's pond Tuesday. Those
FtOWER SHOP
French department in the high school of nominated for'the different offices a r e :
!J,_
Amityville, Long Island.
.Miss Leek for president: Emily Czurles, Aune
y?
was graduated in 1925 from Slate Col- Sterling, Marion Fox, Elsie Zuencl and
With Madge Bellamy
lege with the degree of bachelor of Katherine Terpenning, juniors; for
Rnfh
Hannahs,
arts. She taught in Northport High seiTciarv-tYeasjirer:
(3d
school for two years and returned to Chrissie lloffbcck, Henrietta Levei|tle,
P h o n e Main 3775
With
this College to take her present position and Marg'aVet Steele, sophomores.
in the Milne I ligh school.
,PP
' Miss Janet Sheffield, assistant supervisor of practice teaching in English,
George O'Brien
With
Tom
Mix
is accepting a position in the English department of Saugerties High school.
Miss Sheffield was also graduated from
State College and has studied at Columbia university for her master's de
gVce. I-'or tW'i .•ars she has silpcn ii
the teaching
English in the Mil
8 4 5 Madison A v e .
DIAMONDS
High school.
Miss .Alice M. Parkman, instructor in
WATCHES
commerce, ha.-, reigned to be married
H o m e S a v i n g s liauk Ithlg
Strand
JEWELRY
this summer to Paul Coolidge, oi Pin-,
l i N , Pearl St.
Mi N . Pearl St.
fifeld, Maine. Miss Parkman will make
«9 N O R I I I P A E K L S T .
her home in that cits'.
Telephone West 3 4 6 2 - 3 4 6 3
OPIKVIIU' Siiiiml I hftilre
PROCTOR'S
Grand
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE
BOTTO HEADS JUNIORS,
REVOTES SHOW TODAY
R I TZ.
STRAND
WEEK
WEEK O F MAY 28
OF MAY 28
Fool? for
LucK
5treet of 5ifl"
SIX YEARLINGS SPEAK
FOR BRUBACHER PRIZE
LELAND
CLINTON
SQUARE
3 INSTRUCTORS LEAVE;
2 PICK NEW POSITIONS
t
7
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Hello
100
Years
Dependability
JflUujii H . <Srau?s
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(Oriental and (Occidental
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